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Where to Find the Divorce Resources You Need

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When preparing for divorce, it’s common to stress about a million things at once. Don’t worry—you’re not alone. Nearly everyone going through divorce experiences the same stressors and ponders identical questions. Many divorcees and divorce experts have created online resources to answer these, provide accurate information on several topics, and offer free legal advice and guidance. 

If you’re looking for the best divorce resources available, you’ve come to the right place. DivorceForce has curated a list of the top online divorce resources you need for support  throughout this life-altering process. 


Nolo

Nolo is a free, online resource providing a library of legal articles and do-it-yourself products and legal services. Receive a free family law case evaluation from a local lawyer. Discover rules for prenuptial agreements, marriage rights and benefits, laws on child support, custody, adoption, and more. Nolo also offers a guide to changing your name following divorce.


DivorceForce

DivorceForce is an online directory of divorce professionals in your local area. Browse experts in a wide variety of categories ranging from mental health and finance to real estate and legal. Find the top professionals in your area to provide support, guidance, advice, and expertise to help you navigate this life-changing event. DivorceForce also offers a knowledge center full of articles written by divorce experts. 


DivorceNet

Created and published by Nolo, DivorceNet provides divorce, family law, lawyers, and legal information. The online resource offers a divorce quiz to help you determine if you need a lawyer, along with tips for getting a divorce without an attorney. DivorceNet also connects clients with attorneys, explains divorce laws by state, and provides frequently asked questions on a variety of topics. 


It’s Over Easy

The It’s Over Easy platform guides clients through online, uncontested divorce to avoid attorney fees and court visits. Simply complete an online divorce interview, invite your spouse to negotiate, generate divorce forms, serve your spouse, and sign. The online software also features an index of professionals, knowledge-based articles, and a podcast. 


LegalZoom

LegalZoom is an online platform offering uncontested divorce services. To access this affordable legal software, determine your eligibility, complete a questionnaire, and file documentation. All forms are personalized to your state, income, assets, and children. The site provides additional help via phone and email, and legal advice from local attorneys. 


Woman’s Divorce

Woman’s Divorce is an online resource hub dedicated to—you guessed it—women going through divorce. The site discusses divoce issues from a woman’s perspective, features a consistently updated blog, advice guide, and inspiration for starting anew. Woman’s Divorce also hosts a chat room where women undergoing divorce can connect, discuss situations, and share advice. 


Men’s Divorce

Created by fathers rights lawyers Cordell & Coredell, Men’s Divorce is an online resource site curated specifically for men going through divorce. Its main purpose is to educate men about their rights when it comes to divorce and family law. Men’s Divorce features articles, a survival guide, and forum for men to connect and share their stories. 


Stateside Legal

Stateside Legal was developed to assist military personnel undergoing divorce. Since inception, the site has provided legal resources to nearly 4 million people with military experience. Browse articles on a variety of topics ranging from money and debt to civil rights and immigration. 


Military One Source

Military One Source provides all the information military service personnel need when going through divorce. In addition to a legal assistance center, Military One Source offers information on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act,  effect of divorce on military benefits, and how to handle divorce while overseas. 


Justia

Founded in 2003, Justia is one of the largest, free, online legal resources. Find lawyers and legal aid, browse case law in your state, and ask lawyers important questions. Justia’s divorce legal resource center provides information about divorce first steps, legal separation, the process, various types, and division of assets. 

 


If you are preparing for a divorce, visit DivorceForcePRO to speak with one of our experts today!

Written by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce

Gregory C. Frank is the CEO and Founder of DivorceForce.

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